Public Works

A Baltimore City Public Works employee who, according to a new report, made 17 tweets “that could be viewed by a reasonable person as intentionally racist, anti-Semitic, or derogatory” no longer works for the city. The tweets may have been made while the former employee was on city time, the inspector general’s office said in […]

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Via: WJZ-TV You might want to think twice about keeping the water running while brushing your teeth in the morning. The Board of Estimates just approved a rate hike in water and sewer which averages $81 over a year for a family of four. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Public Works blame the hike on aging […]